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For Grades 7-10, this series emphasizes the development of understanding mathematical concepts and their applications, as well as proficiency in problem solving, mathematical reasoning and higher order thinking. Students will work on investigative skills, communication in mathematics, appropriate computation and estimation skills and mental calculation through graded exercises. Exercises are provided for different levels, while chapter reviews, challenging and problem-solving questions, revision exercises for review, the history of math and other elements are also included. Many questions require students to apply knowledge to new situations rather than following a procedure. Grades 7-10; 444 pages, hardcover. Teacher involvement is generally required. Textbook 1 is recommended for 7th Grade.
Whole Numbers: Factors and Multiples, Prime Numbers and Prime Factors, Highest and Least Common Factor, Number Patterns, Variables and more. Fractions, Decimals and Approximation: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division of Fractions, Conversion Between Fractions and Decimals Arithmetic Problems Real Numbers: Negative Numbers, Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication of Integers, Mental Calculation Simple Algebraic Expressions with use of brackets Open Sentences And Equations Rate, Ratio And Percentage Solving Problems Involving Financial Transactions Introducing Geometry with line segments, angle properties, perpendicular and parallel lines Polygons Symmetries And Nets Of Solid Figures Area And Perimeter Volume and Surface Area of Prism and Cylinder Similarity And Congruence
Syllabus D, Textbook 1 covers:
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hkginger5 Stars Out Of 5Best Math programJune 26, 2016hkgingerQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am excited to find Singapore Math program for 7 grader! It is a well laid- out, engaging and a bit challenging program. Unlike our previous CLP Math which has tedious drilling and repetition and lack of word problem; this Singapore Math really teaches mathematical reasoning, and how to solve real-life problem! It is a great program if you want your child to excel in SAT and ACT. I do spend an hour to look through 5 lessons per week. And I do let my child skip some of the problems. Like any program, it is not for every body. It is good for children who have a general interest in Math and has a good foundation in Math already. In some Asian countries, Singapore method is the only way to learn math.
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Q: Is this a US Edition? Hi, I was wondering if this edition of Singapore maths has been adapted for the US market i.e. does it use imperial weights and measures? Thanks!
This edition uses the metric system for its measurements.